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sneaker-socks with short row heel

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sneaker-socks with short row heel

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Short Rows taught by Carol Feller

Designer Carol Feller makes short rows easy! You'll learn four different techniques, plus how to use short-row shaping for better-fitting garments.

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Category Knitting
Type Clothing
Sizing Unisex
Style Casual
dagmar.li1275397 on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? there are no holes or gaps.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Attend the course!

dagmar.li1275397 on craftsy.com

Can you give a more detailed description of the pattern or better yet write it and and sell it. I love the design and would truly like to buy the pattern.

10/13/2015 Flag

I second that question!

10/13/2015 Flag

I second that question!

10/13/2015 Flag

I second that question!

10/13/2015 Flag

Do you offer a class for these slippers?

10/13/2015 Flag

Is this pattern for sale? I've saved it but can't seem to access it.

10/13/2015 Flag

Meanwhile I tried to remember how I knitted the socks. Here is the result. The instructions are very incomplete. But with some experience and imagination, you can surely fill the gaps. I casted on 48 stiches with needle size 3 mm for my shoe-size (6.5, Germany size: 37). 6 rows garter-stitch. Then stockinette knitting. At the beginning and end of each row knit 6 garter-stitches for the edges and work all 8 rows in the middle of the edges a hole for the shoelaces. 1. Part of the heel goes over all 48 stitches. Reducing the rows per 2 stitches. 2. Part of the heel is about 30 stitches (Don't ask why, it fits best). Begin this part with the 10 stitches in the middle and add one stitch each row. Then continue knitting in rounds until you reach the tip of the foot. Knit it as you normally do. I knitted a ribbon of garter-stitches for the sole in white, that equals the circumference of my foot. The sole is made of white cotton. I sewed sole and ribbon together on the socks. Then work riveting for the shoelaces and pull it through. I hope I could help, and wish you much fun.

10/14/2015 Flag

They look really great where would I find the pattern

02/06/2016 Flag

nice

02/20/2016 Flag